Duncan Jones will make a $100m plus World of Warcraft movie for Blizzard. Jones’ first movie, Moon, cost $5m and was very good. His second was Source Code, which featured Jack Gyllenhaal and cost $32, which met with mixed reactions. Warcraft’s 10 million subscribers mean Jones’ budget is about $10 per player. The Warcraft Facebook […]
Archives for January 2013
Last week, Wizards of the Coast and OneBookShelf launched D&D Classics. The site opens the archive of old editions of Dungeons and Dragons to let gamers buy old favourites, complete collections or even try old school gaming for the first time. A round 80 games are already live on the site. They are a mixture […]
This has been a bit of a week for steampunk fans. Geek Native has been part of a swashbuckling blog tour. It began with a review of The Alyesford Skull, the first full-length steampunk novel by one of the founding fathers of steampunk James P Blaylock, it continued with news of competition to win signed […]
How many hit dice do blue meanies have?
I think it’s the chain that adds that extra special touch to this snow dragon. He’s not sneaking through the snow, he’s waiting outside the house like a dog chained to the yard.
Alternative Harry Potter universes were the characters are adult age and far less innocent are easy to find out here in the internet. Inspired by a sketch by the Russian artist Daniel A. Kuzmicheva, the Canadian Jasreet Pratrap Singh submitted this pin up of Hermione to Deviant Art. Jasreet has been featured on Geek Native […]
This may be the first Google Hangout merger of note but it won’t be the last. The virtual tabletop system Tabletop Forge will close – the app has a month left of life. Joshuha Owen’s popular system raised nearly $50,000 in Kickstarter and has an impressive 12,000 gamers in Google+ Circles. Owen will be joining […]
This rather wonderful poster is a Gallifreyan Perpetual Calendar and Galactic Star Chart. It lets Timelords or their companions discover the day of the week for any given day between the years 1600 and 9999 AD. That’s a pretty wide scope. As a bonus, any Timelord might be pleased to know that they star chart […]
This rather confident looking goblin is the creation of Arthur Mask. The piece is called Goblinzin which I think is a good name for an entire pesky race.
What did you think when you heard Dead Space 3 wouldn’t be entirely set in space? Dead Snow 1? Hmm. Opinions differed. Visceral seem to have kept it real, though, judging from this trailer. The artic wastelands look just as hopeless as deep space. The game is due out in February; the US first and […]